An Arts and Crafts oak dresser or display or storage cupboard circa 1910. Cupboard has a moulded cornice above 2 long , slim glazed doors and a central arched shelving space. Shelves in the cupboards are adjustable and the shelves in the arch are fixed and are fitted with plate stops.
Working locks and keys to both glazed doors. The right hand door has has a small piece of oak to the framework to make closure of the lock secure-it wasn't quite catching firmly. There are 2 drawers below the top, these are above a 2 door cupboard space with inset panels. The centre panel is fixed. The cupboard space interior has one full length removable pine shelf.All stands on a square moulded plinth. All doors have drop handles. Cupboard has great colour and patina, a nice feature is the original scumbling to the back of the shelving. An attractive useful piece of furniture, some marks of use. Comes into 3 parts: the cornice, the glazed top and the base. Width 134 cm(across the cornice). Width across the base 137 cm. Viewing is welcome by appointment, please contact me to arrange. We are a third generation antiques business trading since 1965 with lots more stock to view in our Cheshire barn warehouse.
Please check out my other items for more antique and quality reproduction furniture. The item "An Edwardian Arts and Crafts period dresser/cupboard in oak circa 1910" is in sale since Wednesday, April 7, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Antique Furniture\Cabinets\Edwardian (1901-1910)". The seller is "mark_titchner_antiques" and is located in Chester. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.